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 Web Registration Instructions                                                                        Financial Aid Navigation in MyCACC 

 

Please read all applicable information below prior to registering for classes.

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FALL SEMESTER 2014 REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

 CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 18, 2014

Registration Office Hours:  MONDAY – THURSDAY 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  The College will be closed August 15, 2014 for Professional Development.

ON CAMPUS ADVISING FOR CURRENTLY ENROLLED/READMIT STUDENTS - JULY 14 - 17

ON CAMPUS/WEB REGISTRATION (MYCACC ON WWW.CACC.EDU) - JULY 21 - AUGUST 7 &  AUGUST 11 - 14

currently enrolled DUAL/ACCELERATED high school students must register on campus!

Full Fall Term & 1st Mini Term DROP/ADD PERIOD - August 18 - 19

Registration for 2nd Fall Mini Term - October 9 - 10

Classes Begin 2nd Fall Mini Term - October 13

2nd Fall Mini Term DROP/ADD PERIOD - October 13 - 14

FIRST TIME CACC STUDENTS ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION DATES WILL BE ASSIGNED AFTER THE STUDENT’S CACC APPLICATION IS SUBMITTED

COMPASS ASSESSMENT

Placement tests are required of entering students unless exempt from testing. Compass tests will be given during registration between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Please visit www.cacc.edu and click on the “Testing Center” link then “Compass” for more information.

TUITION PAYMENT DEADLINES!

  • STUDENTS REGISTERED BEFORE AUGUST 7 MUST PAY TUITION OR HAVE FINANCIAL AID CONFIRMED BY AUGUST 7 AT 5:00 PM!
  • STUDENTS REGISTERED AFTER AUGUST 11 MUST PAY TUITION OR HAVE FINANCIAL AID CONFIRMED BY AUGUST 14 AT 5:00 PM!
  • STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR SECOND MINI TERM ON OCTOBER 9-10 MUST PAY TUITION OR HAVE CONFIRMED FINANCIAL AID BY OCTOBER 10 AT 5:00 PM!

PLEASE NOTE STUDENTS WHO DO NOT MEET TUITION PAYMENT DEADLINES WILL BE DELETED FROM ALL REGISTERED COURSES!

Visit MYCACC at www.cacc.edu for instructions regarding Web Registration.

Placement tests are required of entering students unless one of the exemptions below have been met:
“any student with acceptable ACT or SAT scores as defined in the guidelines associated with this policy; any student who has an associate degree or higher; any student who transfers degree-creditable, college-level English or mathematics courses with a grade of “C” or better; any student who is enrolling for personal enrichment purposes only; any student who is enrolling in short certificate programs having no English, reading, or mathematics requirements; any student who has completed required developmental coursework at another Alabama Community College System institution within the last three years; any student who is enrolling to audit a course; any student who can provide document of assessment(COMPASS or ASSET) within the last three years; and any transient student”.

Compass placement tests are required of students who have not completed college classes beyond entry-level English and Mathematics unless the student has ACT/SAT scores for exemption. Transient students are exempt from testing. Students needing to take the Compass test are encouraged to take the test prior to attending Pre-College Counseling Seminar/registration.

Currently Enrolled/Readmit Students:
Current students may register online during the advertised registration period.

Incoming Freshmen:
All incoming freshmen must complete the application process and take the Compass placement test prior to getting registered for classes or submit the required ACT or SAT scores to be exempt from Compass Testing.  Please see the Central Alabama Community College (CACC) webpage at www.cacc.edu for Compass testing dates. Once the Compass assessment has been completed, new students must attend a Pre-College Orientation Seminar (PCO). Students will be advised and registered on this date. The Admissions Office will schedule students for PCO.

Transfer Students:
Transfer students must complete the application process and request that an official transcript from each college previously attended be mailed to CACC’s Admission Office. Students should bring an unofficial copy of their transcript to registration for advising purposes only.

OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE SENT DIRECTLY FROM INSTITUTIONS. STUDENT-DELIVERED TRANSCRIPTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Transient Students:
Transient students must complete an application for admission prior to registering. All transient students must have an official letter of good standing or a transient letter from his/her host institution mailed to the CACC Office of Admissions. These letters are required each semester and are valid for the current semester only. Transient letters must be on file in the Office of Admissions prior to registration.

Web Registration:
Web registration is for current, returning, and transfer students. Accelerated high school students, dually enrolled high school students, international students, ability to benefit students, and students auditing a class must come to the Student Services Office. All first-time freshmen must attend a Pre-College Orientation Seminar (PCO) and will be assigned a Banner Identification Number during the session.

Students who do not remember their Banner Password may use the "Forgot PIN" to reset their PIN only after the student has logged into MyCACC and set up the required security questions. Otherwise, students should come to the Student Services Office and present a photo ID to obtain Passwords. Banner Identification Numbers and Passwords will not be given over the telephone. Students will not be eligible to register online if they have not submitted their admissions application and supplemental information. This information has to be reviewed and processed by the Admissions Office prior to registration.

Students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution in the State of Alabama, should visit www.cacc.edu  and click on the STARS link. The Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reporting System (STARS) is a web-accessible database which provides guidance and direction for prospective transfer students in the State of Alabama. STARS allows students enrolled in the two-year public college system in Alabama to obtain a Transfer Guide/Agreement for the major of their choice. Print and keep this guide. If used correctly, it guides the student through the first two years of coursework and prevents loss of credit hours upon transfer to the appropriate four-year public university in Alabama. Please refer to the STARS page for more information. 

NOTE: PC's must be used to access the student online account. All pop-up blockers must be turned off in order for the portal to operate correctly. 

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Please click on the MyCACC link to proceed to WEB registration. 

 

 
 

Alexander City Campus
1675 Cherokee Rd

Alexander City, AL 35010
256-234-6346
Fax: 256-215-4244

Childersburg Campus
34091 US Highway 280
Childersburg, AL 35044
256-378-5576
Fax: 256-378-2027
Talladega Center
 1009 South Street East
Talladega, AL 35160
256-480-2066
Fax: 256-480-2081

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